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Re: AIS: Bulletin Landings

From: "Zebra" <zebra@chcs.com>

From: Scott Aitken <zebra@chcs.com>

Yes, the Bulletin did go out in the mail yesterday. It has actually been
printed for a couple weeks. Switching to the new printer also required
switching post offices. The printer was able to deal with the change better
than the Post Office. My dad has been to the post office several times to
try to get it right, and finally managed to get all the information the
post office needed to send it out. Whew! Next issue should be able to go
out within a couple days of completion of printing, now that we have all
the paperwork that the post office needs.

I, too, am much happier with this printer. As Kathy mentioned, the color is
much better. The black & white is also much better, though not as
noticeable, I guess. In addition to allowing more total pages (we were
previously limited to 124), we can now economically print more color pages.
The January issue won't have any more color than you are used to seeing for
the last couple years, but my dad plans to have a bunch more color in the
April issue.


	Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
>It's that time again!  Word has it that the January edition of the AIS
>Bulletin has either been dropped into the mail, or will be dropped into the
>mail next week.  You're going to notice some changes and I think you're going
>to like what you see.
>First of all, the publisher has been changed - and therefore the mailing site.
>Maybe this will improve delivery... maybe it won't.  But we sure won't know
>unless you kind folks let me know (PRIVATELY...) when your Bulletin arrives.
>Last one took 6 weeks - but there were some extenuating circumstances, so
>maybe this one will be a truer picture.  Anyway, please let me know.
>Now Terry has had a new binding with this edition - perfect bind (rather than
>the saddle fold that we've had before).  The advantage is twofold.... first,
>we can include more pages with this kind of binding... and we can print the
>volume number and month/year on the end so you don't have to drag out all your
>Bulletins to find the one you want.
>Some other personal notes... the color (in my humble opinion) is extraordinary
>and the photo layout dramatic.  Tell me if you agree.

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